Solutions for Education
We work on these areas and topics -- and more. We'll be happy to discuss your immediate needs and how we can help you move forward, so don't hesitate and get in touch.
Find out more about the solutions and services we offer, and see selected examples of our work.
Digital Learning Content
Disabilities and SEN
Misinformation and Disinformation
Practical Solutions Based on Cognitive Science
Qualitative Desktop Research
Feasibility Studies and Sustainability Plans
Data Research, Collection and Analyses
We look for solutions beyond the trivial, beyond the mainstream. Our proposals and designs for addressing emerging education issues always look for tangible impact. At NTCenter we value the creative mix of technology and applied science that can bring about visible change.
What makes us tick
We get excited by ideas and we take pride in coming up with elegant solutions. Once we tune into a problem or task, challenge becomes our brains' main source of propulsion.
We share much more than the work environment -- at NTCenter we move ahead together and we leave noone behind. Our success comes from staying together while always on a quest to explore areas tangential to our existing competences.
We will get it done. Whether we take up a new client or engage in a new partnership, we always stay on task. We will often go the extra mile if we believe the extra push can add extra value to your business.
Projects and Partners
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Since 2003, NTCenter has been an active initiator and partner in projects co-financed by the EU programmes on education and training.
We mostly engage in strategic partnerships related to identification and exchange of good practices, development of new training and assessment methodologies and of innovative science-based teaching solutions, design and pilot testing of instruments supporting training and education – e-learning content, online platforms, self-assessment tests, analytical matrices, professional and job profiles.
Systemic causality (systemic causation), as opposed to direct cause-effect, is not a naturally occuring learning concept, claims Prof. George Lakoff of University of California, Berkeley. The explanation is simple – the brain is unfit for this task because it is unable to observe it. The brain deals fairly well with simplistic cause-efffect relations, e.g. summer…
Frames and framing are one of the key pillars of NTCenter’s conceptual model and practical kits for understanding and designing working solutions to the educational implications of misinformation and disinformation. What are frames We know that people think in contexts which are well defined and which have clear semantic roles, and these thinking contexts are known…